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  • 1.Orthoquick

    1265 Highway 54 W


    21.66 mi

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By: Ruvi R.
The Primary Care Center
the worst doctor ever.does'nt give a damn about the patient's well being. being a student i was self pay. went to him with intense shoulder pain & couple other complaints. during 1st visit,he charged me $143 & only ordered a list of tests for which i had to pay another $450. he wouldnt offer any payment plan while pretty much all doctors do. so i had to pay the whole $650+ upfront. when the results arrived he wouldn't see me to discuss the results infact i had an apntmnt with him the day the results were to come but he wasnt even in the office to see me.his office wouldn't discuss the result unless i paid another $100.they wouldn't even tell me the name of the lab my tests were carried out through so i could call them to discuss the result myslf. if i pay a doctor & get tests done with him, it is his duty & my right to know whats going on but he doesn't care unless you pay him his over priced fees.his nurse & staff are as unprofessional & unfriendly as him. extremely disappointed. he didn't even bother providing any medication for the pain i went to him with. offcourse unless i would pay him whatever amount his office demanded. so now even after spending $650+ & almost living in pain for over 2 weeks & getting a whole lot of tests done i still don't know whats going on with my body & have'nt received any medication for my pain or even the cause of the pain. now i have to spend more money & see another doctor & live in pain for more time. absolute waste of time & money. beware of this doctor friends ! doesn't even deserve 1 star rating but i had to choose since they had nothing lower than that.
By: Dawn B.
Prestige Urgent Care Center
Excellent care GREAT STAFF ! Short wait Walk ins Welcome .Very professional and they care about you and really listenDawn Barber
By: acr1211
The Primary Care Center
The low reviews didn't have any explanation so I wanted to make sure I gave reasons why I will use this urgent care again and why I've told my friends. I reluctantly went because I typically hate these type of clinics. It was extremely clean and staff was very friendly and organized. I didn't have to fill out a ridiculous amt of paperwork. I was out of the office in less than 45 minutes on a Saturday. The PA (to me, all the doctor just none of the know it all attitude), explained why she prescribed the medicines, didn't talk down to me and acted like a concerned professional. I won't go into details of diagnosis but a friend recommended them to me and I'm glad she did. Will definitely go again.
By: dinesh.med
Summit Urgent Care (med help)
Medhelp is great, money and time was worth it and my results visit lasted over an hour with a one on one consultation with the doctor and naturopath and then a thorough appointment with the dietician and nutrionist to help with any questions that I had. This is a holitstic experience and well worth it.
Tips & Advices
Under most health insurance plans, urgent care visits will require a copay that is usually less expensive than emergency room visits, but more expensive than standard doctor visits - around $120 on average. Urgent care staff do not have much information regarding individual coverage, so be prepared and check with your insurance provider to understand costs.
It is common for urgent care physicians to recommend follow-up treatment after an initial visit. Most commonly, patients will be asked to return to the clinic or their primary care doctor if symptoms get worse or do not improve in a certain amount of time. Patients might be referred to a specialist for treatment of more complex conditions. Or patients may simply be given a few basic tips for recovering at home. In any case, patients should follow the doctor’s advice regarding next treatment steps.
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